NEW Wolverine Goes Grocery Shopping (2009)
Back in mid-2009 Marvel Comics asked me to pitch them a Wolverine short comic, and this was what I came up with. Sadly, they didn't bite, but I did get to do a 6 page Nextwave comic in their Girl Comics anthology. Anyway, people seem to really like this comic when I posted it online, so here it is for posterity.
  The Coast Christmas Comic 2007
Published in Halifax's indie newspaper, The Coast, during Christmas 2007. I was allowed to do pretty much anything, and came up with this ridiculous Zombies Calling short comic. I think it's probably the funniest thing I've ever done.
The Adventures of Ashley (Horny Little Fangirl)
I'm obsessed with Resident Evil 4, and like to do comics about Ashley Graham, fangirl extrodinare. There are four of these: Comic 01 // Comic 02 // Comic 03 // Comic 04 // BONUS: RE: Degeneration comic
Friends With Boys
A handful of comic strips based on my experiences in the male-dominated industries of animation and comics ... and from just having a lot of male friends. There are four comics, which have been published various places.
FwB 01 // FwB 02 // FwB 03 // FwB 04 //
  Jenny Has Six Brothers
I was asked by the Halifax Chronicle Herald to do a 12 week comic strip for them, any topic. So I did one about a girl and her six brothers.
Comic 01 // 02 // 03 // 04 // 05 // 06 // 07 // 08 // 09 // 10 // 11 // 12 //
LOGIC - 24 Hour Comic
Don't know what a 24 Hour Comic is? Go here to find out. I did this story, about a thoughtful robot girl, in 2005. I still like it a lot. I think it's a neat little story. Go here for the comic, and click on each page to get to the next page.
The Coast Christmas Comic 2008
My second invitation to be published in The Coast, as a part of their Holiday Fiction issue. This time I took Jenny from Jenny Has Six Brothers (see above), and made a heartwarming story about giving. I'm as shocke as you are.
  The Adventures of Superhero Girl!
It started as a joke, and frankly, commentary on something I was annoyed about (but that's a long story). Now she's a part of Comic Festival's Free Comic Book Day offering.
The Adventures of Superhero Girl Part 2!
I liked the idea of a girl superhero who didn't do terribly much, so drew her as a part of my submission for Comic Festival! a Canadian anthology for 2009's Free Comic Book Day. It was fun. I like her.
Guest Strip for Smile, by Raina Telgemeier
Raina asked for guest artists to fill in a hitaus gap for her excellect slice o' life graphic novel, Smile. I was happy to oblige with this strange but true story ...

Stuff That I Drew That is Sort of True
(stupid semi-autobiographical comics)

The one that started it all and I discovered my life, though it may appear boring, is actually hilarious.

My roommate and I have a discussion about artistic jealousy. 

I had a book signing at a comic book shop with Svetlana Chmakova. This is what happened.

I went to my very first comic book convention last year. I probably had too much fun talking to people.

I forgot to take a lunch break at Free Comic Book Day. Luckily Darwyn Cooke came to my rescue.

I venture outdoors with friends and experience the miracle of nature!

A possible solution for Halifax's horrible potholes. And a use for Halifax's giant seagulls.

My first attempt at pilates. It was ... not terribly successful.

Pilates again. I should just stay away.
I play DDR for the first and possibly last time due to the nuclear holocaust.